Supermarkets across the UK are pulling bags of frozen vegetables off its shelves over fear of listeria.
According to BBC, 43 sweetcorn-based products have been recalled by supermarket supplier Greenyard Frozen UK. The Food Standards Agency said the veggies may contain listeria monocytogens that can cause listeriosis.
Own-brand products for Tesco, Aldi and Sainsbury's are affected.
The FSA has said that the recall was a "precautionary measure," BBC reports. It has been advised to customers to not eat the products and to return them to the store from where they were bought for a full refund.
According to BBC, frozen sweetcorn and other frozen vegetables were likely the source of the outbreak.